Omicron classified as a ‘super mild’ variant
With weeks to go for Christmas and the New Year, travellers and families are scrambling to secure last minute tickets to be with their loved ones and explore the wonders of India.
This is not the time to ‘umm’ and ‘aah’. This is the time to grab these seats before someone else does. We have a number of Charter Flights operating in December, so jump on board!
Book with us and travel to India in December and make up for all that lost time.
The December Effect
There is something about December and travelling to India. There is no better way to mark the end of the year than to spend time with loved ones back home, especially when you don’t have to worry about quarantine or applying for exemptions.
Many families in Australia know that this is the time of the year when things wind down. Work, business and the hectic lives we lead…they all pause for a few weeks before kicking off again in the new year.
Just as we did when all borders were closed, this time as well, we have launched a BRAND NEW series of CHARTER FLIGHTS from Australia to India across the following dates:
- Friday, 17 December
- Sunday, 19 December
- Monday, 20 December
- Friday, 24 December
Gaura Travel will also directly operate charter flights from India to Australia for the following dates:
- Thursday, 16 December
- Saturday, 18 December
- Sunday, 19 December
- Thursday, 23 December
In other words this time of the year becomes the perfect time to fly to India and catch-up with those who have missed you and have hoped for you to be able to make it back home.
And then of course there are those who have had to put their plans of holidaying in India on the backburner. But now even they can bring their great Indian vacation dream back to life.
So hurry, book your seats before it all sells out.
The Omicron effect (or the lack of)
As per South African reports, coronavirus experts in the country are excited to see that the new Omicron variant might be less damaging than the Delta variant.
The Omicron variant is seen to be much milder and is seen to be less lethal in its impact on humans. This means that the world only must cope with a mutant that is showing signs of being far less threatening.
Scott Morrison, the Prime Minister of Australia has already categorically denied the possibility of further lockdowns and has instead urged state leaders to continue on with their reopening plans.
Medical professionals do believe that most Covid vaccines, including the Pfizer, Moderna and AstraZeneca jabs, are designed to protect against variants to a certain degree, similar to how they protected against previous variants (Delta, Alpha etc.)
The message is clear – yes, we have a new variant but increased knowledge about its behaviours and keeping the faith in the vaccination rollout and the overall strategy will help us continue with our travel plans with more reassurance on our safety.
Hey travellers, we have dealt with ‘bigger and badder’ villains more effectively; let us not worry about the sidekicks.
Make this a December to Remember
Flights are a ‘go’ and they will take off as planned. But we hope they do so with you on it!
So, call us and book your seats before we run out of them!
We can guarantee you this: every other person on the plane will be vaccinated and will have just returned a negative COVID test. Is that the safest place to be at right now? You bet!
You can reach our knowledgeable team 24/7. We look forward to talking soon!